Your sports pitches or courts can be available for hire when not used for club training or matches.
That’s perfect for schools, community organisations, businesses and other sports that need outdoor areas.
If your club has a gym then it could be just what locals, groups or companies are after. It can become a regular earner and an affordable, more convenient alternative for those who use it.
Any rooms in your clubhouse are handy, multi-functional areas for a change of scene and a learning environment, i.e) a place to study or a classroom for a first aid course.
Lots of personal trainers are looking for safe areas to host training sessions with clients during the week.
A small part of a training pitch or indoor studio would be ideal. You can charge each trainer a weekly fee - it soon adds up!
Clubs are popular venues for parties (either for members or the general public) with good reason. They’re able to cater for differing numbers, room layouts and requirements.
A civil ceremony and wedding reception at a club is an appealing alternative to a church, hotel or country house.
A sports club offers the ability to look after large numbers with everything from bespoke menus to lots of outdoor space for drinks and photography.
Welcoming a new baby into the world with a christening is an opportunity to bring friends and family together.
You are ideally placed to hire out your venue to those in the area looking to celebrate a new arrival.
Sports clubs can host funeral receptions and offer a casual but respectful location where guests are able to remember the life of someone who’s passed.
Your club is likely to be well set up to hold awards events of any kind from other clubs and sports to charity or corporate occasions.
Big screen, sound system, a bar, dining and seating aplenty are all typical requirements a club has at its disposal.
The business community has huge hiring potential for clubs.
The timings typically work well during the week, parking won’t be a problem and the needs of a conference don’t differ much from awards or parties.
Another weekday opportunity or mornings at a weekend as a way to maximise use and income.
The appeal for nursery or toddler groups is a combination of indoors areas for safe play and learning as well as green spaces for games.
Whether it’s a patient get-together, a camera club or a book group, your club can be somewhere comfortable, private and affordable for meetings.
Hiring out camping spots and caravan berths on a sports field is already a profitable route for clubs.
Is it something you can accommodate at yours?